Decisions for the The Long Game

DSC_2514As an owner of a chronic condition things could go better if we think of life a little differently. I don’t want to be at an increased risk of getting Alzheimers and this strategy could be a way to reduce that risk.

One thing that we definitely do have control of is what we choose to eat and not eat. There are a host of folk online who have thoughts about what, when, where, how and why we should make certain food decisions. I very much hope this site doesn’t slot into that category, as somewhere that uses the word ‘should’ alot (I’m trying not to use it on myself) so, please let me know if there’s any whiff of the preach going on here!

I spend quite a lot of time online and it’s not always cats playing pianos, although there is a bit of that. What we choose to fuel ourselves with can’t NOT have an effect on our output.

When we have a certain amount of degeneration on the cards any and all slight wins are vital but “my leg doesn’t drag as much” sounds very like a lack of success to the fit and healthy.

There’s always going to be a mismatch between the outlook of both groups of people but if you can tread a path through what consultants say and what you feel then you’re winning!

Check back to see what’s caught my eye recently (this is just as likely to be something about cats and pianos as it is a recent study on nutrition or exercise).

Author: deezll

I have spent half my life with a chronic disease and have spent a fair amount of that time addressing some of the common symptoms that a long term condition can bring. Living well is a smart choice and we all know it makes sense.

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